Proof of concept modules are designed as examples or starting points for others to build from. May not be ideal for users wanting to plug-n-play.

  • DebugModeSwitch 1.0.1 by tcnet
    Enables the debug mode to bypass the restriction to install modules.
    2022/03/16 — Admin Helpers, Proof of Concept
  • site-simple-blog-multilanguage 1.0.3 by tcnet
    Simple and Multilingual Blog Profile for ProcessWire 3x: This site profile for ProcessWire offers a simple, multilingual and responsive blog which does not require any module. It works exclusively with some template…
    2022/06/01 — Site Profiles, Proof of Concept
  • SessionViewer 1.0.4 by tcnet
    Lists all session files and displays the session data.
    2022/02/09 — Proof of Concept, Admin Helpers
  • TextformatterProcessImages 0.1.0 beta by Robin S
    Process Images: A Textformatter that processes <img> tags within rich text content.
    2021/06/28 — Textformatter Modules, Proof of Concept
  • Site-Simple-Blog 1.0.3 by tcnet
    Simple Blog Profile for ProcessWire 3x: This site profile for ProcessWire offers a simple and responsive blog which doesn't require any module. It works exclusively based on some template files.
    2022/02/23 — Site Profiles, Proof of Concept
  • ProcessDashboardTasks 0.0.1 beta by monchu
    DashboardTasks: MD Collabs Processwire Module
    2019/07/13 — Process Modules, Proof of Concept, Other Modules, Users and Access
  • InputfieldRepeaterMatrixDuplicate 2.0.2 beta by David Karich
    Repeater Matrix Item Duplicator: This module extends the commercial ProcessWire ProModule "RepeaterMatrix" by the function to duplicate repeater items from one page to another page.
    2022/05/20 — Admin Helpers, Inputfield Modules, Language Modules, Proof of Concept
  • SymmetricEncryptedText 0.1.1 alpha by BitPoet
    Symmetric Encryption for Text Fields: Store values of text fields in the database encrypted
    2018/10/11 — Fieldtype Modules, Proof of Concept
  • ModuleReleaseNotes 0.11.1 beta by Netcarver
    Release Notes Discovery Module: Makes discovery of a module's changes, prior to upgrade, a trivial task. Makes support documentation accessible from the admin interface.
    2019/09/30 — Admin Helpers, Proof of Concept
  • TemplateParents 0.0.7 beta by BitPoet
    Template Access by Parents: ProcessWire module that allows limiting templates for new pages based on the parent page. Can be configured for each page individually. Also supports…
    2016/05/02 — Admin Helpers, Proof of Concept, Users and Access
  • DatabaseCounters 1.1.3 alpha by Netcarver
    PW-DatabaseCounters: Named, DB-resident, counters for ProcessWire.
    2019/12/01 — Proof of Concept, Other Modules
  • CronjobDatabaseBackup 1.2.4 by kixe
    Periodic automatic backup of the database. Set interval in settings.
    2020/05/01 — Admin Helpers, Development Tools, Process Modules, Proof of Concept
  • CronjobEmptyTrash 1.0.3 by kixe
    Auto delete trashed pages sustainably after a predifined period of time set in module settings. This cronjob will run once per day.
    2016/12/07 — Admin Helpers, Development Tools, Proof of Concept, Other Modules
  • EmailVerification 2.0.4 by kixe
    E-Mail Verification and Domain Validation via API. Checks an email address against blacklist and availability of mailhost. Blacklisted domains and email…
    2018/09/11 — Proof of Concept, Users and Access, Authentication, Email/WireMail
  • Helloworld 0.0.5 by Ryan Cramer
    Hello World (demo): Module that serves as an introduction to module development in ProcessWire, plus module starter files and module.
    2021/07/02 — Proof of Concept
  • ScheduleCloudBackups 0.0.2 beta by djr
    Cloud backups (Amazon S3) for ProcessWire.
    2015/05/12 — Admin Helpers, Import/Export, Proof of Concept, Other Modules
  • AmazonS3Cloudfront 0.6.0 beta by nmendes
    Amazon S3 / Cloudfront Backup and Serve asset files: Sync and Backup page assets uploaded into PW to Amazon S3 and Deliver them via Amazon Cloudfront
    2014/06/20 — Admin Helpers, Photo/Video/Audio, Proof of Concept
  • ProcessDashboard 1.0.2 by Peter Burlingham
    A custom dashboard page for the ProcessWire admin.
    2015/02/04 — Admin Helpers, Process Modules, Proof of Concept
  • FieldtypeEvents 0.0.4 by Ryan Cramer
    Events Fieldtype: Field that stores a table of events for a page. This modules serves as an example of creating an editable table of data as a Fieldtype and Inputfield in…
    2021/04/15 — Fieldtype Modules, Inputfield Modules, Proof of Concept
  • Indexer 0.8.0 beta by ussliberty
    Site Indexer: This module provide an efficent search index, also with pdf/doc files (require poppler-utils and wv). Optionally you can activate a PHP class for handling pdfs…
    2013/05/12 — Admin Helpers, Proof of Concept, Other Modules

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